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good morning, america. happening right now -- catastrophic flooding. relentless rains. smashing records. south carolina the hardest hit. >> and the water was up above my waist. >> rescuers and residents boating through the streets. neighborhoods submerged. there's more rain on the way. our rob marciano right there in the thick of it. the new hillary clinton? >> i wish you could be president. >> me, too. >> her "snl" appearance showing off her funny side. is this the new strategy? will it work with voters? basketball sex scandal. allegations rocking the prestigious program at the university of louisville. >> it almost got me sick to my stomach. >> were escorts hired to have sex with top recruits? what the university is saying this morning. a no-hitter for the second time.
it's go big or go home. >> and max scherzer has thrown his second no-hitter of the season! >> max scherzer throws himself in the record books, 17 strikeouts. take that. good morning. paula is off, but it's great to have cecilia vega back with us on a sunday morning. we have a lot of news this morning, including this new video from the man who has emerged as one of heroes of that horrific school shooting in oregon. chris mintz was shot seven times. saving lives in the process. what he's now saying from his hospital bed. >> he has an amazing story to tell. but we begin with that breaking news, weather, flooding in south carolina. take a look at these pictures. coming in via social media. flash flooding. interstates closed. dozens of water rescues.
there's more on the way. president obama has declared a federal emergency and rob is right there in charleston. rob, good morning. >> reporter: we're in downtown charleston. one of many neighborhoods that's knee and waist deep in water. people had to leave their homes and stay in other places. cars are swampbd. it's difficult to get around here. you have to be on high ground, not much of that here in charleston. the last three days, 15 inches of rain. yesterday, alone, 10 inches. plantation just outside of here, 2 feet of in 3 days. this morning, historic looked in flooding hammering south carolina. rescues happening overnight, as president obama declares an emergency. surging floodwaters creating treacherous conditions. >> i just live one block that way. i tried coming this way. the water was up above my waist. so, i couldn't do it. >> reporter: record-setting rain, closing roads, stranding drivers. additional crews brought to in
to assist with more water rescues. >> everything downtown is flooded. charleston is closed. about every street down here is closed. >> reporter: winds toppling trees and taking down power lines, leaving more than 30,000 customers without power. >> there's a couple of feet here now, last night, it had to be 4 feet. >> reporter: in north carolina, roads under water and sinkholes opening up. the governor there urging residents to use caution when leighing their homes. >> please be extreme careful around water, because that's where most of our deaths occur. >> in the water. >> reporter: watch this home in new jersey, seen here before it was literally ripped apart by the water, now floating away. up and down the coast, mother nature not letting up. more torrential rain expected through tuesday. a lot of those pictures are from the coast, but i want to show you some shots inland. two hours from here, columbia,
south carolina, where they're having rescues happening right now because of the torrential rains that have fallen overnight, near the university of south carolina. one of the crooks there has risen rapidly. so, truly an emergency going on. let's go to the radar, the last few hours, how that tropical stream of moisture has driven into the mountains. the case over the next couple of hours. let's put the maps into motion. we'll show you how this storm will pan out. we do expect things to eventually weaken. but i tell you what, mother nature hasn't cooperated with our models. our hope is things will weaken. but it looks like eventually over the next few days it will happen. flood watches, but look at the flood warnings across this state. and we could see another foot in some areas before this is all said and done. we'll be talking more about this throughout the morning. a truly unbelievable sight. here in charleston. back to you guys in new york. >> rob, much more from you
coming up in the show. we dant to -- we want to say the weather situation doesn't end there, hurricane joaquin now headed for bermuda after leaving a trail of destruction in the bahamas. >> and vanishing in the storm a cargo ship, but this morning, a new clue. abc's linzie janis has the latest from nassau. >> reporter: good morning. improved weather conditions in this area have helped coast guard searchers find the first sign of the el faro in three days. overnight, in the stormy seas near the bahamas, the u.s. coast guard finding a life ring, the first of the el faro. the discovery validation they're searching in the right area. friends and family members holding on to hope the 33 crew members, including 28 americans, are still alive. >> i'm very hopeful.
until they find a reason for me not to be i'm going to remain hopeful. >> reporter: rescue crews scouring 30,000 square nautical miles. mostly by air and in treacherous conditions. the el faro was traveling from jacksonville, florida, to san juan, puerto rico, when it was beset by joaquin. the ship sending a a distress at 8:00 a.m. on thursday. saying it had lost electricity, was taking on water. tote maritime, the company that owns the ship, saying the captain was aware of the hurricane's path. >> the captain in this case, had been monitoring the track of this tropical storm for a number of days prior to departing. >> reporter: here in the bahamas, government officials have now been able to fly over the affected islands, and they describe major destruction. on the scale of hurricane andrew back in 2002. they now anticipate there will be loss of life.
dan? >> not happy to hear about that. linzie, thank you very much for your reporting this morning. meanwhile, new developments and new questions this morning in the oregon college massacre, what we know now about what how the gunman died and why he singled out one student for survival. this as we're hearing from chris mintz, who got shot seven times trying to save lives. neal karlinsky is live. neal, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, good morning. they have just opened the road to the school that's just behind me for the very first time. a sign the town is trying to get back to normal. at the same time, an fbi analysis team has arrived on the scene to try to understand what may have set the gunman off. from his hospital bed, chris mintz hailed a hero by survivors, remarkably putting his own video message. >> hello, everyone. i'm doing well.
i'm overwhelmed by the support i have gotten from everyone. >> reporter: the army veteran, who was shot seven times, even as he pleading with the gunman that it was his son's birthday. >> i just want to wish the other families a safe and speedy recovery. >> reporter: the sheriff leading the investigation hadn't seen the video until we played it for him. >> impressive. that's the true sign of a hero right there, he put his own life in front of everybody else's. >> reporter: this morning, the medical examiner has ruled the alleged gunman chris harper mercer's death a suicide. two heroic officers exchanged gun fire with the suspect. >> he may have been hit and then -- >> and then turned the gun on himself. >> reporter: before that moment, the gunman apparently singled out one student to live. now telling her mother that
the gunman chillingly left one student with a message that only police have seen. >> he called one guy, gave him the envelope and told him to go to the coroner. obviously he was going to be the one who was going to be telling the story, that he was the lucky one. >> reporter: even though the road is still open, the school won't be for some time. the only thing that will be going on here will be grief counseling for anybody that >> neal, thank you for your reporting. now to the race to the white house. it's your voice, your vote. democratic front-runner hillary clinton getting a ton of laughs last night on "snl." no one was off-limits. not donald trump's hair, not even herself. abc's mary bruce joins us now from the white house. clinton showing her funnier side, did it work? >> reporter: saturday night live has had a lot of fun at hillary clinton's expense. last night she's trying to show that she's not being laughed at,
but laughing along. >> hey, bartender, keep them coming. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: overnight hillary clinton getting in on the joke on "saturday night live." >> oh, i get it, you're a politician. >> yes. yes. and how about you? >> well, me, i'm just an ordinary citizen who believes the keystone pipeline will destroy our environment. >> reporter: this is hillary clinton 2.0, the candidate trying to show she's funny, authentic and spontaneous. >> i wish you could be president. >> me, too. >> reporter: from girl talk with actress lena dunham. >> do you consider yourself a feminist? >> yes, absolutely. >> reporter: to showing her whip/nae nae skills on "ellen." and jumping on stage with marc anthony in miami. the candidate has been trying to show off her lighter side. with bernie sanders drawing huge crowds.
and closed closing in on clinton's lead. her campaign is hoping the new strategy will help her turn the page after a summer full of controversy. candidates have cashed in on the show's popularity in the past. >> good evening, my fellow americans, i'm john mccain. >> and i'm just sarah palin. >> who is that under there? [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and now, clinton is hoping being live from new york will help liven her likability. now, hillary clinton didn't just poke at herself, she took a stab at donald trump, even showing off her trump impersonation. the first democratic debate just nine days away. dan and cecilia. >> a critical time, indeed. thank you, mary. let's dive more deeply into this with abc chief news anchor
george stephanopoulos who will be hosting "this week." >> george, it's not been a good week for hillary clinton. i could watch that "snl" stuff all day long. you've got this hacking, this reported russia hackers trying to crack into her personal e-mail accounts. you saw those crowds with bernie sanders and you got this looming threat of joe biden, as mary said, this debate is just days away. >> this month is so big for hillary clinton. you knew october would be so critical. you got the debate as you said, that benghazi testimony. a huge dinner in iowa. on october 24th. of course, this decision from joe biden. first of all, she has to stop the bleeding, stop these questions about these e-mails. the best chance of that is at that benghazi hearing. number two, try to figure out how to blunt the rise of bernie sanders. 20,000 people in massachusetts so much energy on the populous side of the democratic side. in some ways joe biden getting in could actually help her on that score.
she could run to the right of bernie sanders, to the left of the joe biden. putting her in a bit of a sweet spot. let's switch parties, you got donald trump on "this week" later this morning. we've got a preview of the interview in which you ask him about this recent school shooting in oregon. here is it. >> no new gun laws? >> well, the gun laws have nothing to do with this. this is really about mental illness. again, politically correct, we're going to solve the problem, et cetera, et cetera, you're always going to have difficulties no matter how tight you run it. even if you had great education having to do with mental illness, you educate the community, and still you're going to have people that slip through the cracks. >> so, given what we're hearing from the republican candidates and even elected officials from the republican side in the wake of this school shooting, do you think there's any chance that president obama and his allies are going to be able to push through some gun safety
legislation? >> no. you saw him concede in his press briefings. the president saying quite clearly, unless you have single issue voters on gun control, there's not going to be any change. >> george, thank you very much. want to remind everyone, george has a big show this morning. he goes one-on-one not only with donald trump but the governor of new jersey, chris christie, who's also running for president. later this morning, on "this week," on abc. ron's got more. >> good morning to you, cecilia and dan and george. good morning, everyone. we begin with some terrifying moments for more than a dozen student band members. outside of a school in north carolina. a concrete overhang collapsed right on top of the high school kids shortly before their competition. 21 students and one adult were injured. at least three of the injuries were considered serious. officials say a box truck was most likely hauling band equipment and hit the concrete awning.
and president obama is calling for a full-scale investigation into the apparent u.s. bombing of a hospital in afghanistan, what he called a tragic incident. 19 people, including 3 children, a number of doctors also were killed in the air strike. it hit a medical facility hit i was seized by taliban last week. they said the air strike was a violation of international humanitarian law. and moscow is vowing to intensify its air strikes in syria. on saturday, russia released a new video of the air raise. russia defense officials say that isis militants are being routed by their air assault. it's solely targeting isis. but the u.s. says at least some of those air strikes appeared to hit western-backed rebels.
opposed to the syrian government of assad that russia supports. and pope francis has opened a meeting of the world bishops on family issues by asserting that marriage is a bond between a man and woman. the conference called synod comes one day after a priest was fired from his post after he revealed that he was gay. called on the conference to denounce homophobia in the church. and former sprint car champ tony elliott was one of four people killed in a plane crash. elliott, a two-time race car winner, was traveling with his friends to watch the clemson/notre dame football game. the wreckage from the single-engine airplane was found near lake hartwell. on the georgia/south carolina border. no word on what caused that air crash. and here in new york city, investigation under way into this deadly explosion inside of a brooklyn building, a woman was killed in that blast. three other people on the street were injured. initial reports suggest that the
explosion was linked to a tenant who removed a stove without turning off the gas first. college football players from the university of oregon got sandwiched together in their hotel elevator hours before kickoff on saturday. the offensive lineman tyrell crosby live-tweeting the experience. much like sara haines does. this elevator sat idle for 20 minutes. players cheering when they were finally liberated and posing for pictures with their new friends. the oregon ducks went on to beat the colorado buffalos by a score of 41-24. >> can you imagine being stuck in an elevator? >> let's make it a segment. we got more, this is going to be longer than "pop news," folks, and better. well, maybe not better. but competitive. finally, washington nationals ace max scherzer waking up as a member of an
i let group. take a look at this. with that pop-up, it happened, it's coming up, here it comes. as curtis granderson of the mets, popping up, swinging in slow motion, oddly enough, scherzer became the sixth pitcher in major league history to throw a second no-hitter. in one season. the nats won the doubleheader on saturday. the mets have been no-hit twice this season. but the mets, keep in mind, are going to the playoffs, not the nats. not spelled g-n-a-t. >> i want to hear your sports' play by play. >> the nats are going to the history books. >> wow. >> i think i would rather be in the playoffs. but that's cool. >> thank you, everybody, to try to expose my lack of sports knowledge let's go back to the weather
now and charleston and rob marciano. >> cecilia, dan the rains at least right now, we certainly a lot of moisture coming from hurricane joaquin which is still form idable. one, two, three category as it passes this afternoon and tonight. our storm across southeast will intensify along the coastline and that pressure gradiant will increase that means coastal flood watches and warnings and advisories up from long to florida. wind advisories are up and winter weather advisories up, as well. could see 6 plus inch of
rainfall. welcome rains coming to southern california and inland to nevada and the desert southwest. meanwhile, across the mid section of the county looks to be quiet. here's what's happening locally. >> reporter: all right, rob, david murphy with an update from accuweather. we have nothing on storm tracker 6 live double scan we're squeezing a dry day out. cloudy skies and breezy and cool temperatures in the 50s in much of the region. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of 63, about 6 degrees better than yesterday, but still a day for jackets with the breeze. maybe sunny breaks later. tomorrow, sun, breezy, 66. low 70s after that. we'll give you another update in about ten minutes. >> thank you, rob. ron, your assignment is to come up with the top ten things you would do while stuck in the
elevator with sara haines. >> number one, earplugs. >> number one, earplugs. we love hearing sara haines chat no matter what it's about. most of the time. coming up here on "good morning america" -- explosive charges against the prestigious louisville basketball program. the self-described former madam who says she and her escorts were hired to woo recruits. what the school is saying about all of this morning. plus, the abc news fixer is in. the woman who said a cell phone company gave her a royal runaround when it come time to cutting a rebate check. and will this be the best halloween costume ever? the celebrity ready to break the mold up ahead in "pop news." >> ever is a long time. >> i'm going to let you guess who that is. keep guessing. >> kelsey grammer. >> dan! "good morning america" is brought to you by boost nutritional products. stay strong, stay active with boost.
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bricks from a senior home in wildwood and swept a home into the bay at grassy sound. let's go outside to david murphy. , we are windy and cool, nydia. a little bit better than yesterday. 63, cloudy and breezy, a day for jackets. sunny and breezy, 66. in the # 0s after that. we have a coastal flood warning down the shore with afternoon high tides creating moderate tidal flooding, nydia.
♪ gotta be the good life >> well, that's a gorgeous sight. balloons of color filling the sky at the albuquerque international balloon fiesta. i once it's one of the most photographed events in the world. good morning, america. >> that's awesome. >> now, i want to do that. we were talking in the last half-hour about the pros and cons of being stuck in the elevator with sara haines. an elevator or a hot air balloon ron, would you rather be stuck in an elevator or in a hot air balloon with sara haines? >> that's a tough one. >> you're supposed to say both. >> but definitely a balloon. you can always jump out. >> sarah and ron --
also coming up before ron and sara go at it, the abc news fixer on the case. helping out a woman who had a problem getting her promised rebate from verizon. what you need to know looking to get your own money back. the shocking allegations in the way some basketball players were allegedly recruited to the prestigious program at the university of louisville. >> all in a new book based on thousands of journal entries and text messages from a self-described madam. and these stories, maria schiavocampo, pretty salacious stuff. >> reporter: indeed, cecilia. it's not for the faint of heart. the university reeling from the allegations. the newly released book claiming that escorts had sexual encounters with recruits allegedly. a sex scandal targeting one of college basketball's biggest powerhouses. >> it almost got me sick to the stomach. >> reporter: the ncaa investigating the university of louisville. following allegations made by
self-professed former madame katina powell in her new book. powell alleging that she and other escorts were hired to have sex with team members. and recruits, a charge that head coach rick pitino calls unbelievable. >> i questioned everybody. 15 people said they had no knowledge of it. >> reporter: in the book, "breaking cardinal rules," co-written by dick cady, powell shares text messages and ledgers. which she says prove graduatesy tis about paid her and other girls to dance and have sex in the cardinals' dorms between 2010 and 2014. >> they are probably 14 different women who were at these parties as dancer. >> reporter: the women allegedly entering through the dorm's side door. then, according to the book, players would pick which girls they wanted to have sex with and andre would quote, "work a side-deal."
>> we never paid her to have sex with a player or a recruit. >> reporter: mcgee now on administrative leave from his position, denying powell's story. his attorney saying, there's no proof. >> we haven't located a single witness to corroborate the allegations in this book. >> reporter: louisville says as soon as the university became aware of the allegations they notified the ncaa. and will continue to fully cooperate with any investigation. mcgee's attorney has reportedly also hired his own investigators to look into these claims. it is important to remember, as of now, none of them have been substantively confirmed. another look at the morning headlines. back over to ron. good morning again. good morning, everyone. the search resumes today for the cargo ship that vanished in the path of hurricane joaquin. overnight, in the stormy seas of bahamas, the u.s. coast guard finding a life ring. the first trace of a ship named el faro.
28 americans were among the 33 crew members onboard that vessel. and in california, four high school students are under arrest, accused of plotting a mass shooting. officials say the teens had a list of potential targets, but their plot was in the beginning stages according to officials. and the company behind the cigarettemaker american spirit is part of a class-action lawsuit. the suit claims that marketing deliberately trying to mislead smokers into believing their products are healthier than other tobacco products. and finally, take a look at this. these three little bears, mess with the wrong house. this mighty pup named jules, taking all of the specificy cub intrud intruders, don't let it fool you. jules is a true guard dog. little jules weighs just 20 pounds. >> did this happen in france?
remember, the video where the cat ran out and saved the little boy. >> that was great. >> none of the cats that i own would ever do that. >> your cats haven't been tested. >> they haven't been tested. i'm pretty sure they would fail the test. time now for the weather and let's get it back to rob in od e you're having way too much fun up there, i wish i was there, we are in the floodwaters in charleston, floodwaters are not that pleasant we'll have issues after the floodwaters recede. that may not happen for a while. countless neighborhoods in and out of the charleston area looks like this, this is low tide. we'll get higher here later on today. look at the stream of moisture. this is tropical stuff that's
why it's raining so hard, east and north of charleston and up in columbia, they have flash floods, don't go anywhere unless you're fleeing high waters. we'll see winds gusting to 40 miles per hour in spots not just in the coral lines that, but up through the delmarva and the jersey shore and long island as the pressure gradiant increases. we'll have a chill for the next day couple of days. we look for a warm up in new york city, boston and philadelphia and washington, d.c. and that's good news there, out west we're monitoring a storm that will come in later on tonight. that's a look nationally. here's what's happening where you live. >> reporter: still chilly around here, rob, but it will be milder than yesterday.
cloudy for the most part, breezy, 66 tomorrow, 70 on tuesday. it's letting up a little bit. we're hopeful that it will end at some point. but, can't come soon enough. >> rob, great job covering that story. we should say, answer your phone, it's actually sara calling you. she wants to talk to you about some meteorological issues. >> there's some rough weather, rob, i wanted to warn you. >> luckily, rob's satellite just went out. so, he won't get to respond to that. coming up on the show this morning, one woman's fight to get her promised rebate from verizon. it is a case for the abc news fixer and it comes with a big dose of ed a viesz for all of us. sara, what's popping on periscope? >> you can see behind the scenes. we wanted to try the elevator experience. we were having a 4ough time.
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a lot of companies offering rebate programs to sweeten a deal. >> but here's the question, what happens when you have a hard time getting the money you were promised? here's what went down when one frustrated customer called in the abc news fixer. >> the best iphone on the best network. >> reporter: verizon like many other cell phone companies offers rebate programs for customers who upgrade their phones or transfer their service. eunice is one of them. from sun up until late at night, she works 12-hour shifts as a pediatric nurse, and she's also a graduate student. when she saw she could get a rebate by buying a new phone from verizon, it was icing on the cake. >> i was due for an upgrade.
verizon was offering a trade-in program where you could get up to $200 for your old phone. >> reporter: it seemed like a good idea. eunice waited and waited for her rebate. >> i called them probably two, three times a month for eight months, to no avail. >> reporter: like many large companies, verizon uses an outside vendor for its rebates. she got nowhere, saying sometimes she would be on hold for an hour only to be disconnected. >> i have been hung up so many times. i thought it was useless. >> reporter: so eunice called in the abc news fixer and our fixer stephanie zimmermann got on the case. >> abc news fixer. >> reporter: she researched the problem, one day after the fixer contacted the company, the problem got fixed. rather than make eunice wait any longer, the company decided to credit her bill for 200 bucks. >> it's fixed, abc news fixer, thank you.
let's bring in the fixer herself, stephanie zimmermann, herself. good morning. we see rebates on different products. what do consumers need to know? >> these rebates are a really popular way to get consumers to buy a product or switch a service. but what many people don't realize are these rebates are handled by third-party vendor many times. if there's a problem, you're going to have problems chasing down that outside vendor. >> you're the fixer, so you got the money back from the verizon. how can the rest of us mortals protect ourselves if we find in the same position as eunice? >> definitely keep good records. screen shot the original offer so you can have a record of what was there. these deals come and go all the time. mark your calendar with the day you expect to receive the rebate. finally, the instructions to a tee because many of these rebates have very strict rules about who qualify.
>> well, given all of the red tape, makes me wonder if it's worth it. stephanie, we appreciate your guidance. go to "good morning america" on yahoo! to read more about this story and to contact the fixer about your own consumer fixer. >> some good tips there. but we got more coming up on "good morning america." demi lovato's very revealing photo shoot. what she's saying about it, coming up in "pop news." ♪ brandon thinks hellmann's is heaven in a jar. that's because our ingredients come from... farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils...
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outdid herself, a butterfly. the year before, another stunner, transporting herself a few decades -- just a few -- into the future. there's eye creams for that. now some clues about what she'll do next. her crew gooping her up in some kind of mold that doesn't look comfortable at all. i can't wait for the results. she's always so good. she's always the headline. she always get really creative. >> on the of pressure to outdo herself every year. >> if i looked like heidi klum, i would be a hot girl every year. demi lovato's daring photo shoot for "vanity fair," raising eyebrows. the singer and actress like we have never seen her before, shot nude without those ribbons, without makeup or retouching. demi has battled eating disorders and said she never thought she would be in a place in her life that she would be comfortable doing this.
she said it's empowering. actually, i think that's really cool. >> she looks good. >> she looks really good. she's been very open about her battle. >> for somebody in her position to be open about body image issues is really helpful. >> it's really good. thank you for just going with me. i appreciate that, dan harris. >> i would go anywhere with you, sara haines. >> quoting you on that. so, justin bieber has a hit on his hands with a catchy tune, what do you mean? along comes a group of guys on wheels to deliver a mind-blowing cover. take a look. ♪ what do you mean >> this is so cool. ♪ oh ♪ but you want to say no ♪ what do you mean >> now, their smooth moves with help from the choreographer going crazy on social media right now. and yet, they make it look so easy. have any of you been on one of
those? they make it look so easy. >> they look fun. but not easy. >> i saw someone in our office instagram a video of this. >> so, is this a cover or they're actually dancing? do they make a new song? >> oh, sorry, they're just dancing to it. it's not really a full-blown cover. >> because that would be even more impressive. >> thank you. they're on segways, dan harris. >> segways or hoverboards. >> what are they? i thought they were segways. >> fact-checking "pop news." you can't get away with it. >> i'm leaving. she actually had one more story she was going to tell but she's annoyed -- >> that's a wrap. >> we're having a tough morning. we'll be right back.
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>> she's in exile. >> this was a choice. this was a choice. >> i'm stuck in the middle of this. >> it's tough. will you forgive me? >> sara, come back. >> i guess not. thank you for being with us this weekend. have a great rest of your sunday. good morning, i'm nydin along with alicia vitarelli him coming up on "action news" this sunday morning, roads are blocked off in south jersey this morning one of the results from the weekend storm. >> the search is on for a driver in delaware who is accused of hitting a man and kept driving. >> reporter: we have clouds around, it's windy and cool today, it's gradually getting better.
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along the jersey shore. >> a pedestrian is hospitalized and is in critical condition after being struck by a car. now the search is on for the driver. >> the eagles are gearing up for a big game in the nation's capitol. they face the redskins this afternoon. the big story on "action news" this sunday morning is flooding concerns across south jersey. the action cam was on edgewater avenue in ventnor, you can see the water covering the roadway there. take a look at the boat rocking back and forth as the winds blow in pleasantville. we'll go to david murphy with details and while the rain is tapering down we have worries at the shore. >> reporter: things are getting better wind wise and flooding wise, we'll get to that in a moment. we have clouds around and temperatures in the 50s. the flood warning in effect in the coastal counties and up the delaware bay for